In defense of the ACC and contrary to that guys "article", the ACC was once again 2nd to the SEC in players drafted by the NFL in 2014. SEC had 49 total picks, while the ACC had 42 total picks, so shows that the ACC is getting their share of talent.
I wrote it in another thread, but I believe the only thing holding the ACC back is better coaching. The ACC doesn't have the coaching roster that the SEC has, or even some of the other conferences like PAC12/Big 10/Big 12.
First of all, that site is notorious for over the top stuff--and it is the offseason. But you are exactly right, college football is all about coaching, the right coach at the right school. Georgia with Goff compared to Georgia with Richt. The school, facilities, everything stays the same just plug in the right coach and , VOILA! The high school talent in Georgia lures many programs here and the competition is fierce. We probably never have done too well in state, but look at what we are up against. It is interesting that FSU hasn't gotten more Georgia Top 30 players. And we have a lot of things working against us--the entrance requirements, the urban setting, the curriculum, the RATIO. This is a hatchet article, a negative article to be sure, but the writer's points are also valid in many ways. We aren't particularly good right now, we haven't beaten Georgia enough, we go to crappy bowls and lose, we play cupcakes that we can't give the tickets away for. These are valid but probably not all Paul Johnson's fault. The question that has to be answered is: Is he the VOILA coach for us?